richard1980 wrote:Try this: Make a backup copy of C:\Windows\System32\Tasks. Then go into task scheduler and delete the corrupted tasks. Windows or WMC should re-create the tasks (you may have to restart WMC and/or the machine, I can't remember which).
barnabas1969 wrote:I'm not sure if you can simply delete them in the Task Scheduler. Everything I read says to delete them manually from the registry and from the file system (using Windows Registry Editor and Windows Explorer).
erkotz wrote:You should be able to just delete the tasks and import them from a known-good machine - I don't know about them getting re-created automatically (not saying it's wrong, but I've never tried that)
WMC tasks live in Task Scheduler Library\Microsoft\Windows\Media Center
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